The PMYC Sailing Squadron offers sailors of all skill levels a number of options for getting out on the water. Members have access to the PMYC race fleet comprising of J70s, Picos and Tofinou 9.5s, single and double ‘swift racing’ rowing sculls, ‘wherry’ rowing boats and the Sailing Squadron Lounge area, as well as regular sailing sessions, regattas and social events.
Every Thursday from 2pm - 5pm
Enjoy a social sail on the J70 boats with friends or with your team. This is an opportunity to get out on the water to practice without the pressure of racing.
Cost: €10 for Sailing Squadron members and €20 for non-members. An instructor is available on request at additional cost, and short courses can be arranged to fit with these sessions.
Saturdays from Midday until 3pm
The Saturday Series are set as a weekly club activity and can be used as either teaching, team practice or racing practice. The races will not be registered races with the Montenegrin Sailing Federation. The courses will be set by the PMYC committee and there will not be a judge on the course. An instructor is available on request at an additional cost.
Bookings: As a team of 4 or individually. The Skipper must be a qualified sailor. A skipper can be provided at an additional cost.
Cost per person: PMYC Sailing Squadron members rate 10€; non-members 20€
The protected Boka Bay is an ideal location for sculling with flat, tranquil water in the early mornings throughout the year. Both single and double Swift Racing rowing boats are available for use, known for being light and agile out on the water, as well as Wherry's that are generally more stable and suitable for beginners.
Every Wednesday and Saturday from 9am to 11am
‘The Boka Bay is perfect for Sculling requiring flat tranquil water, and is ideal early
in the morning in the Summer or Winter. With a choice of a Single or Double, the
‘Swift Racing’ boats are light and agile on the water, offering a rewarding experience
once the basics of balancing and the technique of sculling have been mastered.
Alternatively we have the ‘Wherry’ boats (the gentleman’s rowing boat) which has
better stability and is good for learning. Whichever boat is chosen, it can be a lovely
experience out on the water surrounded by the beautiful scenery of the bay.’
Sessions may be altered according to the weather conditions.
Introductory fee 25€ for non-members and 15€ for members. Wherry boats are open to all, free to members and a cost of 20€ for non-members. The Sculls are only available to members and are free of charge.